Most places staying dry and warm with further spells of warm sunshine this evening. However, a few showers will break out also, especially in the southwest and in the southeast. Tonight will be dry and mostly clear, with some mist or shallow fog patches forming inland for a while. Winds mostly light, northerly. Lowest temperatures 7 to 10 degrees Celsius.
Tuesday will be dry and generally warm with widespread sunshine. Winds will be light to moderate, northerly. Highest temperatures will range 14 to 16 degrees Celsius on north-facing coasts, but elsewhere 17 to 21 degrees Celsius, warmest in the south.
3 Day Outlook
OUTLOOK: Relatively warm conditions persisting through the week, with best values across midland and western areas. Whilst it will hold mostly dry with just light northeast breezes, not completely settled, as there is the threat of some showery rain.
TOMORROW NIGHT: Staying dry overnight under broken cloud, but with some mist and fog patches. Lowest temperatures of 7 to 10 degrees Celsius, in light to moderate northwest breezes.
WEDNESDAY: Rather warm with spells of sunshine, hazy at times in the east. Overall dry with moderate northeast breezes. Highest temperatures will range 19 to 22 degrees Celsius, but a few degrees lower along north and east coasts due to onshore breezes.
THURSDAY: A duller day, especially in the east of Leinster, where there is the likelihood of occasional rain or drizzle. Brighter further west with some nice sunny spells. Temperatures a little lower than recent days but still above normal for most areas. Highest temperatures will range 14 to 20 degrees Celsius (all the while best in the west); coolest along the east coast, with moderate to fresh northeast winds feeding in off the Irish Sea.
FRIDAY: A warmer and brighter day with highest temperatures of 16 to 22 degrees Celsius. Good spells of sunshine are expected and it should hold fully dry with just light northeast breezes. Chance of the odd busrt of showery rain. Local sea breezes will develop along western coasts through the day.
Current indications suggest the warm spell will persist into next weekend, the odd burst of showery rain is possible.